EVAN MALBONE (1824) FAMILY OBITUARIES
JOZETTE [HICKOK] MALBONE - (1840 - 1917)
Burial: Malbone Cemetery, Wilmington, NY
Obituary: Adirondack Record - April 1917
MALBONE: At Wilmington, April 24, of heart failure, Mrs. Evan Malbone, aged 78 years.
Funeral was conducted by Mr. McFarland of Upper Jay and was held from the home of her daughter,
Mrs. Henry Williams on April 26. She is survived by five daughters, three sons and many grandchildren
EUNICE [MALBONE] WILKINS (1875 - 1923)
Burial: Jan 1923, Malbone Cemetery, Wilmington, Essex Co., NY
Obituary: The record Post, Essex Co., NY; Thursday, Jan 11, 1923; page 3
Death has again claimed a member of one of our oldest families, Mrs. Henry Wilkins; who before her marriage was Miss Eunice Malbone, daughter of Evan Malbone and granddaughter of Charles Malbone, one of the early settlers. Mrs. Wilkins has been an invalid for some time. She quietly passed away Friday night. The funeral was held at the Malbone homestead on Monday, Rev. Greer officiating. She leaves a small daughter, a husband and several brothers and sisters to mourn her loss, all of whom have the sympathy of the community.
JULIA [MALBONE] FAY (1878 - 1963)
Burial: North Elba Cemetery
Obituary: Adirondack Daily Enterprise - Monday, July 1, 1963
Mrs. Julia M. Fay of 54 River Street, Lake Placid, died Sunday morning at Placid Memorial Hospital after a lengthy illness. She was born in Wilmington, Nov 8, 1878, daughter of Evan and Jozett Hickok Malbone; she had lived in Lake Placid for 60 years. Her husband, Orrin, is deceased. Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Donald Hardy, of Schenectady; two sons. The Rev. Orrin L. of Wells and Seaver of Lake Placid; seven grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Friends may call at the Clark Funeral Home today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. A funeral service will be held Tuesday at 3:30 P.M. at the Pilgrim Holiness Church, with the Rev. Dennis Gulkie officiating. Burial will be in North Elba Cemetery.
ELISE [MARTIN] MALBONE (1887 - 1944)
burial: Malbone Cemetery, Wilmington, NY
Obituary: The Record-Post, AuSable Forks, NY - Thurs. May 25, 1944
Mrs. Elsie Martin Malbone, wife of Martin Malbone of Hopkinton, died on Thursday, May 18, 1944 after an illness of several years. Her burial certificate showed that she was aged 56 years, 7 months and 12 days and that she was born in Peru, N.Y.. The funeral service was held in the Nazarene church on Sunday afternoon, May 21st. The Rev. Mr. Tillotson. Burial was in the Malbone Cemetery near the John Lennon farm. An interesting historical note is that an ancestor of Mrs. Malbone's husband gave the church building where the funeral service was held to the Congregational Society. The Nazarene church within the last few years purchased the property from the Congregational Society. The Malbone family are old settlers of Wilmington. Mrs. Malbone is survived by her husband, Martin Malbone, daughters, Lillian (Mrs. Donald Brown of Hopkinton), Ida (Mrs. Franklin Dudley of Washington, D.C.), Elisabeth of Saranac Lake, Natalie and Mary of Hopkinton, Hazeo of Lake Placid; sons, John and Livingstone of Hopkinton. Another daughter, Celia (Mrs Charles Simons), is deceased.
MARTIN GARFIELD MALBONE (1882 - 1945)
burial: Malbone Cemetery, Wilmington, NY
Obituary: The Record-Post, Au Sable Forks, NY, Thursday, April 26, 1945
Martin Malbone, formerly of this town, died at the home of his daughter,
Mrs. Franklin Dudley of Alton, N. Y., at the age of 63 years, being
born in March, 1882, His remains were brought here and the funeral
services were held Thursday at 2 o'clock at the Nazarene church. Rev.
A. M. Babcock officiated. He leaves eight children to mourn his loss: Mrs. Franklin Dudley, Mrs. Donald Brown, Livingston. John, Hazel,
Elizabeth, Mary and Natalie Malbone. His wife died a year ago. He
also is survived by one brother Everest Maibone of St. Regis Falls, two
sisters, Mrs. Russell Brown and Mrs. Julia Fay of Lake Placid.
Other out of town relatives who attended
the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. James Malbone, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
McLeod, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Lincoln, Mrs.
Ralph Jaques, Walter Malbone, Mr. and Mrs. Verron Mihill and sons, Mr.
and Mrs. Erwin Marshall, Mrs. Clinton Grant. Other relatives who were
unable to attend the funeral were Roger Marshall who Is in the armed forces in Germany, Rev. Orrin Fay of Albany, Mrs. Donald Hardy of Johnson City and Seaver Fay of Connecticut.
JOHN E MALBONE (1865 - 1920)
Obituary: Adirondack Record, Friday, September 24, 1920
ANOTHER PROMINENT WILMINGTON
The recent death on Sept. 15th of John E. Malbone, a native of Wilmington, deserves more than passing mention.
Born in Wilmington- March 3, 1865, he removed with his family to Spokane, Wash. about 21 years ago, where he has since resided with the exception of the past three years, during which time he has lived in Honolulu. He had been visiting his brothers and sisters in this section for the past nine months, and returning with his brother Earnest and family had reached Omaha, Neb. and died there Sept. 15th of heart failure. The remains were brought back by the way of Lake Placid and were taken to the home of his oldest sister, Mrs. George Williams, where prayer was offered by Rev. Robert L. Clark. The funeral services were held in The Methodist church at Wilmington, Burial being in the family plot in the Malbone Cemetery beside the bodies of his father and His mother. The body of his son, who was buried at Lake Placid thirty years ago was disinterred and buried with him in the same Grave.
While a resident of Spokane, Mr. Malbone made a trip around the world, spending considerable time in India and Australia, also visiting the Holy Land. He was an interesting talker and was sure of an audience in describing his journey. He seemed to be in good health when he came to this section of the county in November last. On Christmas Day, 1919 forty of his relatives gathered at the old Homestead in Wilmington and a most delightful reunion was enjoyed by all present. His kindly nature won the hearts of all, and his main object in life seemed to be to "strew flowers and Sunshine" in the pathway of his many relatives and friends. In May his health seemed to fail, but he made a trip to New York with his sister, Mrs Charles Marshall, stopping on his way home to visit another sister, Mrs. Williams, in Lowell, Mass. He also visited several other places of interest and returned to Wilmington apparently much improved in health.
The last gathering with his loved ones in this section was at the home of his sister, Mrs. James Rounds, at Newman. His last remarks portrayed to some extent the character of this Christian man: "I am going away: be kind and loving to each other for the way of the cross leads home." He was particularly fond of children and really seemed to enjoy their company above all others. This feeling was reciprocated by the little ones and Mr. Malbone could be found in their company on many occasions.
He leaves a wife and five children in Washington. Also, seven sisters and three brothers as follows: Mrs. E Williams, Mrs. George Williams, Mrs. James Rounds, Mrs H. Milhill, Mrs Orrin Fay, Mrs. Charles Marshall, Mrs. H Wilkins, Charles Malbone, Earnest Malbone and Martin Malbone.